ARCOSA INDUSTRIES DE MEXICO S. DE R.L. DE C.V.
(last revised on January 9, 2020)
Who operates the Websites?
Arcosa Industries de Mexico S. de R.L de C.V. (“Arcosa”) having the following address: Monte Pelvoux 111, 7 floor, Lomas de Chapultepec, Alcaldía Miguel Hidalgo, 11000, Mexico City, Mexico.
What do the Websites offer?
The Websites provide useful information with respect to the business, products, and services of Arcosa and their access is completely free as a courtesy to you.
Can I use the Websites any way I want to?
Who owns the intellectual property of the Websites?
All the content and intellectual property of the Websites, including but not limited to the text, logos, icons, images, audios and software, are owned by Arcosa or its affiliates, and are protected by the Industrial Property Law and its Regulations, and by the international conventions. Any total or partial reproduction of the Websites without prior written authorization of Arcosa is prohibited.
Can I rely on the Websites´ information?
While we make efforts in keeping the posted information accurate and updated, you must reach out to us to confirm any information on the Websites before taking any action, or relying on any such information.
You may contact us at Monte Pelvoux 111, 7 floor, Lomas de Chapultepec, Alcaldía Miguel Hidalgo, 11000, Mexico City, Mexico or sending an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Which is the applicable Law and jurisdiction?
You agree that any dispute regarding the Websites, including without limitation those related to their access and use will be resolved in accordance with, and governed by the laws federal laws of Mexico, and the exclusive venue for resolving any such dispute shall be in the Federal Courts sited in Mexico City, expressly waiving any other jurisdiction that might be applicable.
Can I sue you if there is an error on the website?
No. The content of the Websites is only for reference and informative purposes and does not create any obligation for Arcosa or its affiliates. The Websites are offered as-is, and no warranties of any kind are provided for their use.
Is there a limit on the actual damages I can recover?
Do these terms control my purchase as well?
You are giving your consent by using the Websites.